Name: Caroline Akers
Burial Number: 0838
Caroline was born in Ware, the daughter of Arthur and Caroline. She was baptised at St Mary the Virgin, Ware on 1 Sep 1847. Her father, an ironmonger died towards the end of the year. Caroline’s mother moved to St Albans where she worked as a dressmaker. In 1858 she married again. Her new husband was George Marshall, an engineer.
Caroline trained as a teacher and moved to London. In 1876, she married William Iredale Akers at Holy Trinity, Newington on 23 Dec. The couple had no children. After living in Islington and Camberwell, the couple moved to Worthing in 1909, living at “Akerdene”, Belsize Road. William died in 1912.
Caroline died at “Caer Gwent” Nursing Home, Wykeham Road on 25 Sep 1916. Probate was granted on 13 Dec to Henry Herbert Akers and Arthur William Wells gentlemen.
Effects £3552 8s 10d (approx. £210K in 2020).
Researcher: Carol Sullivan
Location in Cemetery
Area: NES Row: 2 Plot: 20
Exact Location (what3words): shape.elder.agent
Ashes or Urn: Unknown
No description of the headstone has been added.
In loving memory of William Iredale Akers who passed away August the 9th 1912 in the 61st year of his age "At rest" Also of Caroline Ann wife of the above who died 26th Sept 1916 aged 68
Name: Caroline Ann Akers
Marriage Date: //1876
Spouse First Name: William
Spouse Second Name: Iredale
Spouse Last Name: Akers
Town of Marriage: Unknown
County of Marriage: Kent
Country of Marriage: England
Information at Death
Date of Death: 25/09/1916
Cause of death: Unknown
Address line 1: Caer Gwent
Address line 3: Wykeham Road
No obituary has been entered.
Money left to others: £3552 8 s 10 d
Value of effects in 2020: £210000
Living at “Akerdene” Belsize Road, Worthing